Not so long ago, information appeared on the network about another competitor to Steam Deck. This time, Lenovo is trying to conquer the world of portable consoles with its Legion Go device. Today, the first images of the new handheld have been leaked online along with some technical details.
The first images of the Legion Go have been posted by Windows Report, which claims to have obtained them from a trusted source within Lenovo. As the leak reveals, the company appears to be looking to replicate the design of the Nintendo Switch while still offering Steam Deck functionality to players.
According to the same source, the portable console from Lenovo will receive a screen with a diagonal of 8 inches. The device will be equipped with two controllers that can be detached from the main screen and work separately. It’s reminiscent of the main feature of the Nintendo Switch with its handy Joy-Con controllers.
There appears to be a single touchpad on the right controller, and there is also a wheel on the back of that right controller. And since the controllers can be removed, the screen will most likely be touchscreen. At the same time, the console itself will receive impressive dimensions and will be noticeably larger than Steam Deck and Asus ROG Ally.
Legion Go will reportedly run Windows 11. Users will be able to run any games that will be supported by the characteristics of the portable console. Earlier it was reported that the device will use AMD Phoenix processors, which are also used in ROG Ally.